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5.24.16
An eNewsletter for Embraer Operators
5.19.16
FlightSafety Offers Legacy 650 Training on Both Sides of the Atlantic
5.19.16
Embraer Legacy 500 – All-New Training for a Clean-Sheet Aircraft
5.19.16
Embraer ERJ 145 Training Available in South Africa
5.19.16
Academy/Embraer Collaboration Puts Would-Be Pilots on a Career Path
5.19.16
Where to Find FlightSafety’s Embraer Training
5.19.16
St. Louis Takes the Lead on Maintenance Training
5.19.16
GMJ Shuttle: Training Increases Reliability, Cuts Downtime

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St. Louis Takes the Lead on Maintenance Training

To help ensure that maintenance training for Embraer aircraft remains consistent and at the leading edge of instructional innovation, the St. Louis Learning Center serves as training coordinator among the FlightSafety Learning Centers offering training. St. Louis also serves as a focal point for collaboration with the manufacturer.

FlightSafety enjoys a long, close association with Embraer. This relationship has led to designation as the factory-authorized training provider for nearly the full line of Embraer aircraft, ensuring that all coursework reflects latest, best practices and incorporates field reports from operators worldwide.

Master Technician for Embraer
At the same time, St. Louis maintenance training now includes all of the courses required to earn the coveted Master Technician certification for the Embraer ERJ135/145 as well as the Embraer Legacy 600. Courses include Initial, Update, Advanced Troubleshooting, Engine Run and Taxi, Avionics and Operational Maintenance Procedures.

ERJ170/190/Lineage 1000
St. Louis offers Initial Aircraft Familiarization and Avionics add-on. All courses are FAA approved.

Legacy 500
Exclusive factory-approved training in both St. Louis and Paris for the Legacy 500 series includes Initial, Update (in 2016), and Avionics Add-On. Engine Run and Taxi is available in St. Louis. Additional courses necessary to complete the Master Technician program are under development.